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Jacek A.


Cambridge, MA

Member since:

July 19, 2011


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Why are you interested in MongoDB?

1) various applications in EPUB and eBook metadata processing I am using MongoDB in EPUB preprocessing for a specialized eBook reader for developers with bookstore populated by O'Reilly 2) now exploring a "low hanging fruit" of using Gregor/XSLT and MongoDB together

Do you use MongoDB today?



Core XML work since XML's first days. At Sun Microsystems created the first XSLT to Java bytecodes compiler, XSLTC, now a part of Apache Xalan. Later improved the compiler: Gregor/XSLT. Ambrosoft has licensed Gregor/XSLT since 2002. Now: eBooks work

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a very good crowd indeed, working on cutting edge technologies and applications

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